ISLAMABAD Minister for Law and Justice Dr Babar Awan in the National Assembly on Tuesday said that President Asif Ali Zardari, on the advise of Prime Minister, promulgated NAB ordinance while all other constitutional requirements were fulfilled. Brushing aside the impression that the ordinance was promulgated after calling the 25th session of the National Assembly, Babar Awan said that Secretary Law forwarded the summery to the Prime Minister on September 6th, while on September 7th the Prime Minister secretariat sent the advice to President Asif Ali Zardari, who signed it on 8th September after which it was officially promulgated. However, on September 16, it was published in the gazette. He said that the ordinance was also presented in the Senate after 11 days, so how can it be a secret one. However, both the opposition parties PML-N and PML-Q did not agree with the Law Ministers justifications, and said that the ordinance should also be presented in the concerned committee of the National Assembly. The Opposition parties later staged walkout from the House. On the other hand, Babar said that the Constitution bounds the Government to present it in the House rather than presenting it in NA committees. The House also discussed the non-release of Dr Aafia from the prison in the USA while during the debate a friction was observed in PML-Q legislators as Marvi Memon said that it would not be right to call Aafia a daughter of the nation, however she stressed on her repatriation. On the other hand, Sheikh Waqqas Akram of the same party came hard on his party fellow and said that some people give statements to keep NGOs happy. He warned that the time would come when the public would chase and hurl shoes at liberal politicians. We are the representatives of the people and Aafia is a daughter of the nation, we should respect and stand by them. Musharraf does not come to Pakistan as he afraid of public he said. Others who spoke include Hanif Abbasi, Sheikh Rohail Asghar, Asif Hasnain, Khawaja Saad Rafiq and others. They termed US as the biggest terrorist that attacked Iraq and Afghanistan. Responding to a calling attention notice, Minister for Labour and Manpower Khurshid Shah rejected the claim that Indian sugar was packed in Brazilian bags. He was of the view that the initial investigation report on this news item has been received, according to which no such incident took place. However, he added that further investigations were underway. Pre-shipment inspection of this sugar has been conducted and it will be re-checked by PSQCA before reaching the consumers, Khurshid Shah said. He said the sugar mafia wanted to earn money and spread such news as the import of sugar has shattered their dreams. Meanwhile the National Assembly unanimously adopted two different resolutions stressing that the Government improve the deteriorating standard of sports federations in the country and to restore educational increments of all Federal Government servants. Shireen Arshad Khan and Beelum Hasnain moved the resolutions.